If I could average (#) comments per post I would literally be in blog heaven.

How many comments per post would make you one content blogger?

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I'd love to average 20! Sometimes I get none, sometimes I get almost 30.
It all depends on what my topic is about. I usually average about 10-20 on my photo topics/posts but on the every day life stuff, it's usually about 2-5. I'd be happy if the people that came and looked around would actually leave a comment.
60-75 every time. My average is anywhere from 10-25. Posts where I request feedback usually get about 50 and giveaways average 100-200.
I would say 10 also.
I think ten is a good number, not being too greedy :)
Any? If I had any comments per post I am over the moon! When I do get comments, it just makes my day.
5- 10 and striving for more! trying to figure this all out! Not that I average that now.... it said if I could average.... :)
I'd love to have at least 15 per post. When I get 20 for my wordless wednesdays, I get SUPER excited! Honestly though, I'm happy if I get at least 5!
If I got a comment a day (without offering a contest!), I would be thrilled. I'm still trying to figure out why some blogs get so many comments, and others get almost none.
I would love to get 5 per post! Some dont get any but then this last 2weeks have been crazy and i havent had any new posts due to the crappyness! lol

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